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Post by Big Blue on Mon Jan 26, 2009 10:56 am

OK now I need a hand. 1st, I don't know where the oil sender is, any one?

2nd, I know where the water temp sender is, and there seems to be another hole rite next to it, is there a plug in there and can I put the second sending unit for the after market gauge in there?

before you say it, I know I have to leave the originals hooked up for the computer.

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Post by TT_05_Stang on Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:33 am

If the second plug is a water port than yes.

Oil sender unit shoudl be somewhere near your oil filter adapter. It has to ahve pressure so there will be a boss with the stock sending unit is. You can get some brass fittings and make a T. one side put your stock sendnig unit and the other to your aftermarket guage.

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Post by Big Blue on Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:50 am

Thanks Will, I'm just not sure if that second water hole is an actual a hole, or if it just looks like one, if not, I'm not sure what to do, you cant just T it off like the oil.

I know about the T for the oil, I just wasn't sure where the actual sender was.

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Post by TT_05_Stang on Mon Jan 26, 2009 12:00 pm

Big Blue wrote:Thanks Will, I'm just not sure if that second water hole is an actual a hole, or if it just looks like one, if not, I'm not sure what to do, you cant just T it off like the oil.

I know about the T for the oil, I just wasn't sure where the actual sender was.

Unfortunately witht he water you need to have the sensor in the water passage to get the correct reading. It has to be immersed in the flowing water. If its a plug, back it uot, and look to see ig there is coolant in there.

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